No answers at the moment, but I’m wondering how a better grasp of life, its cycles and what they require of us could help us in our political lives
Those aspects of life where I have struggled the most are now teaching me about how change comes
I spent too long trying to get by in a world where bears were brown and painting them blue was silly…
As well as coming to accept struggle as part of life, I seem to have gained some ferocious hope along the way
Full moons are a good time to look back, and January was a month when I could say ‘mission accomplished’
What relevance does all that I’ve learnt about myself and life have as I get ready for a new stage of life?
Even if we don’t feel heard, our words can have a wayward effectiveness that works quietly away, unseen but slowly taking shape
What difference would it make if, instead of being made to suppress part of their nature in order to succeed, women were allowed to bring all of themselves and shape things from there?
While my new-found confidence in my own instincts is appreciated, I’m aware too that more than an individualistic self-help approach is needed if real change is going to take place
Student Emma Sulkowicz’s campus protest has rejected the silencing of shame